Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas – 2 Tickets Available

I’ve been contacted by one of my readers who has two tickets available for this weekend’s Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas, to be held April 17-19 at the Hyatt Regency DFW. The event has been sold out for several months, but if you still want to attend, you can do so by purchasing these two tickets he has for sale. They’re selling for $249 which is the cost of the event.

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For $249, you’ll receive three days of expert-led sessions, a welcome cocktail reception on Friday night, and breakfast and lunch both days. In addition to more advanced topics, FTU Advanced attendees receive upgraded meal and beverage selections. The main difference between the advanced and regular tracks is that the advanced offers smaller class sizes, upgraded meals, and more time for Q&A with the speakers. Many of the topics are similar, though the folks that typically lean towards the advanced ones have already been to several of the regular events.

If you’re interested in obtaining one or both of these tickets, follow me @theforwardcabin  and direct message me with your interest. I’ll provide you the email address of the person selling the tickets.

 

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